Shenandoah Jam

Song composer(s)

Traditional / arr. Grateful Dead

Grateful Dead Recordings

Not recorded by the Dead

Dead Related Recordings

Not For Kids Only : Jerry Garcia and David Grisman (1991)

Other Recordings

Shenandoah
American Folk Songs : Jo Stafford (1950)
Follow the Sunset : Charity Bailey (1953)
An Evening With Belafonte : Harry Belafonte (1957)
Andrew Rowan Summers : Andrew Rowan Summers (1957)
Songs of the Sea - Sung by Alan Mills and the Four Shipmates : Alan Mills (1957)
American Favorite Ballads, Vol. 2 : Pete Seeger (1958)
Twilight on the Trail : Jimmie Rodgers (1959)
Sea Shanties : John Goss (195?)
Sea Shanties - A Medley : The Georgian Singers (195?)
Folksongs : Brownie McNeil (195?)
Song Of American Sailormen : Morty Bauman (195?)
Belafonte At Carnegie Hall : Harry Belafonte (1959)
America's Best Loved Folk Songs : Milt Okun (1961)
The Best of Jimmie Rodgers Folk Songs : Jimmie Rodgers (1961)
Man with the Blue Guitar : Johnny Smith (1962)
Jim and Art Sing and Play a Folk Song : Jim Helms & Art Podell (1962)
Pot Luck : Ramsey Lewis Trio (1963)
G.I. - American Army Songs : Oscar Barnd (196?)
Lets Dance Country : Tommy Jackson (196?)
America's Best Loved Folk Songs : Milt Okun (196?)
Rusty Tracks : Mickey Newbury (1977)
Sea Chanties and Forecastle Songs at Mystic Seaport : Stuart Frank (1978)
Folk Jazz USA : John Benson Brooks (1983)
Collection : Harry Belafonte (1984)
Essential : Paul Robeson (1987)
All Time Greatest Hits Vol. 2 : Harry Belafonte (1988)
Down In The Groove : Bob Dylan (1988)
A Man And His Music : Harry Belafonte (1989) Going Home : Daniel Kobialka (1991)
God Bless America : Mormon Tabernacle Choir (1992)
Old Time Hammered Dulcimer Favorites : Mick Doherty (1994)
American Tranquility : Phil Coulter (1994)
Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Been : Spider John Koerner (19??)

Notes

Jam based on the traditional song Shenandoah. Written circa 1825

Title may sometimes be given as Across The Wide Missouri or as World Of Misery.